Turning now to those efforts, tackling insurance fraud is an important pillar of the Government’s reform agenda. This agenda is being prioritised by the Cabinet Committee Sub-Group on Insurance Reform, which is chaired by the Tánaiste. The Sub-Group also includes the Ministers for Finance and Justice, as well as relevant Ministers of State, including myself. This wide-ranging reform agenda encompasses a number of areas including the need to promote competition, reform the Personal Injuries Assessment Board, implement the Personal Injuries Guidelines, reform the duty of care, and increase transparency. In some ways, these reforms are equally important in tackling fraud, as in many cases, they address issues which may have in the past led to perverse incentives for people to commit insurance fraud, either through exaggerating an injury, or seeking to game the personal injuries system through a perception that they couldn’t lose. I am pleased to say that progress on the implementation of our Action Plan for Insurance Reform is proceeding well. The Implementation Report published last July showed that 34 of the 66 actions were complete. The delivery of all of these key reforms when taken together should have a positive impact on insurance fraud.